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  1. How to Learn Woodworking / Rockler How-to

    How to Learn Woodworking / Rockler How-to

    …your local woodworkers' guild. Most areas have a guild, or club, where woodworkers get together to chew the fat and share information. Most have regular programs at each meeting -- a great way to learn new skills. Ours also provides free one-on-one mentoring in all areas of woodworking. It is a…

  2. Clearing up Common Misunderstandings about Woodturning / Rockler How-to

    Clearing up Common Misunderstandings about Woodturning / Rockler How-to

    …of why there are so many chucks on the market: when woodturning first became popular, demonstrators toured around, stopping at various local clubs. Each club had a different make and model lathe. In order to be able to easily attach wood to those lathes, the demonstrator invested in a chuck that had…

  3. Protecting Tools in a Humid Shop / Rockler How-to

    Protecting Tools in a Humid Shop / Rockler How-to

    …in damp air for corrosion to appear on your expensive woodworking tools. Below, Michael Dresdner and Rob Johnstone offer a few words of advice on dealing with the adverse effects of a humid shop. Q. I am in the process of setting up a woodworking shop in my basement. The basement is dry, but can get…

  4. Creativity abounds at DIY Club Inc.! / Rockler How-to

    Creativity abounds at DIY Club Inc.! / Rockler How-to

    …(if we do say so ourselves!), the DIY Club hosts a monthly "linky" party where you can link up to your own blog post showing off a project you have done. The project can be pretty much anything, but must use products from at least one of the DIY Club's sponsors. Although it's only been around…

  5. Civil War-era Furniture Reproduction by a Reenactor and Woodworking Expert / Rockler How-to

    Civil War-era Furniture Reproduction by a Reenactor and Woodworking Expert / Rockler How-to

    …Reenactor and Woodworking Expert Civil War-era Furniture Reproduction by a Reenactor and Woodworking Expert posted on June 1, 2010 by Joanna Takes Civil War-era woodworkers pose with their trade tools from that era in a photo from 1865 (Photo Courtesy of the Library of Congress) Woodworking author…

  6. Dealing with Woodshop Humidity / Rockler How-to

    Dealing with Woodshop Humidity / Rockler How-to

    …air for corrosion to appear on your expensive woodworking tools. What can you do to protect your investment? Below, expert woodworkers Michael Dresdner and Rob Johnstone offer a few words of advice. Q. I am in the process of setting up a woodworking shop in my basement. The basement is dry, but can…

  7. You might be a woodworker if... / Rockler How-to

    You might be a woodworker if... / Rockler How-to

    …were as many woodworking stores in your town as Starbucks. * Mike September 22, 2010 at 8:41 am You might be a woodworker if you get a splinter in your hand and you call it a good day. You will be missed! * The Village Carpenter September 22, 2010 at 10:30 am You might be a woodworker if you can…

  8. Play the Rockler Woodworking Skills Challenge! / Rockler How-to

    Play the Rockler Woodworking Skills Challenge! / Rockler How-to

    …the Rockler Woodworking Skills Challenge! Play the Rockler Woodworking Skills Challenge! posted on August 13, 2010 by Kim Adams Woodworkers! DIYers! Math Geeks of any type! We have a game for you! PLAY THE ROCKLER WOODWORKING SKILLS CHALLENGE We challenge you to test your woodworking skills with a…

  9. 4 Fun Food-Related Woodworking Kits / Rockler How-to

    4 Fun Food-Related Woodworking Kits / Rockler How-to

    …Kits Advanced Pen Turning: New Laser-Cut Inlay Kits Make You a Star Turner! 30-Day Woodworking Challenge Winners, part 2 Kid-Friendly Woodworking Projects Comments 7 thoughts on “4 Fun Food-Related Woodworking Kits” * Deanna July 20, 2010 at 6:45 pm Hey! Thats a really cool new pizza…

  10. Advantages of Designing Your Own Projects / Rockler How-to

    Advantages of Designing Your Own Projects / Rockler How-to

    …novice woodworkers who'd like to design their own projects. As Barb mentions, there are a number of resources for novice woodworkers and many ways to learn the basic skills you'll need to realize the projects you design. You'll find plenty of experienced woodworkers in woodworking clubs and guilds…

  11. Wood Filler Basics / Rockler How-to

    Wood Filler Basics / Rockler How-to

    …couldn't find any on the store shelves. Got it from Rockler, followed the directions and was very happy with the results. Showed it at my woodworkers club, Woodworkers of El Paso and was highly praised for it...thanks Rockler." "Unquestionably the easiest filler to apply and sand I have ever used. "…

  12. Read All About It: New Additions to the Blogroll / Rockler How-to

    Read All About It: New Additions to the Blogroll / Rockler How-to

    …off by the comedy routine that I could not finish it to the end. I'm sorry if this is considered to be constructive for any woodworker. Tell him to go to a comedy club and o a standup routine there. As far as I am concerned it was a complete waste of my time. Too cute for words. * Rockler Blog…

  13. How to Test Plunge and Combination Kits Before Making a Router Purchase / Rockler How-to

    How to Test Plunge and Combination Kits Before Making a Router Purchase / Rockler How-to

    …test out a router before you buy it to ensure you are comfortable with its usage, features and assembly. Most people would never buy a set of golf clubs without taking a few swings or a pair of shoes without trying them on for size. Follow that same practice when shopping for a router. You'll find…

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